Monthly Archives: June 2015

To Board or Not to Board

June 29, 2015 Probably one of the most controversial changes to medical care both in OEC and EMS in general over the last few years is clearing the spine. I am going to discuss why and how it affects our … Continue reading

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It’s Shocking How Many Types

June 22, 2015 For Medical Monday this week, we are going to learn about the different types and classifications of Shock overall. Major  & Sub- Classifications of Shock Hypovolemic Hemorrhagic – Severe bleeding or loss of body fluid from trauma, … Continue reading

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Vasculature and Shock

June 15, 2015 Happy Medical Monday again. I’m hoping that I got the automation fixed and that the articles will appear with more regularity. This being our second to last article on Shock we will discuss the last major cause … Continue reading

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Hypovolemia and Shock

June 1, 2015 We discussed getting air into the system to bind with the hemoglobin on the blood and the necessity to circulate it around the body. The third major cause of shock is a lack of blood in the … Continue reading

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